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A Bold, New George

GW unveils its new visual identity, including an updated look for George.

In late August, as the fall semester was about to begin, GW revealed a new visual identity designed to more accurately represent the vision, spirit, and energy of the GW community. Read more >

On the cover: Portrait by John McGlasson, BA '00, MFA '03

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Election Season at GW

Campaigners, reporters, researchers, delegates, and candidates—GW was all over the 2012 election. Meet some of the most prominent participants.

By Caitlin Carroll

Each election year, you can count on GW students, alumni, and professors making headlines. They help run the campaigns, cover them for media outlets, research and study them, and support them as volunteers and convention delegates. Read more >

As Seen by the Dean

School of Business Dean Doug Guthrie talks about training future business leaders and strengthening the school's engagement with GW, D.C., and the world.

By Mary Dempsey

Doug Guthrie, dean of the School of Business since 2010, envisions great shifts in the way business education will—and should—be taught. He has already taken steps to ensure that GW is ready, forming a partnership in China, launching an initiative to put more women on corporate boards, and deepening the school's relationship with the District of Columbia. Read more >

Champions for Health

The Department of Health Policy is training students to work in the front and center of the health care debate.

By Laura Hambleton

When Paula Lantz left Ann Arbor, Mich., to become GW's new chair of the Department of Health Policy, she moved more than 500 miles away from home. Where she was really relocated, however, was smack in the middle of the nation's most important health policy issues. Read more >